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Job creation is vital for a new India

16. March 2017 - 19:54
An inclusive India would be one where good jobs are available to all people everywhere, including Dalit men and women in the backwaters of India’s heartlands

A step towards ending the era of easy money

16. March 2017 - 19:51
As US monetary policy returns to normalcy, the global financial system will also have to make the necessary adjustments

Of loans and votes

16. March 2017 - 19:41
Demands of farm loan waiver are once again in vogue and politicians are more than willing to concede ground, no matter that it’s fiscally irresponsible to do so

Beware the boycott

16. March 2017 - 19:30
The temperature of the nationalistic fevers running in the US, Great Britain, and across most of Europe is soaring to levels that might cause febrile convulsions

Uttar Pradesh elections, reforms and growth

16. March 2017 - 19:02
During the next two years, the Narendra Modi govt is likely to focus on reforms that are ready for rollout or those which cannot be postponed without risking economic growth

Protecting India’s environment

16. March 2017 - 10:08
If the right development strategy is implemented, it is possible to have both economic development and an environment worth living in

Health, variety key drivers for Indian cooking

16. March 2017 - 4:19
Emergence of multicultural nuclear families, exposure to new varieties of food, availability of imported ingredients, and a greater health consciousness are key drivers

The quiet river

16. March 2017 - 0:41
Learnings from a school on the banks of Narmada river

Why do organizations fail in large numbers?

16. March 2017 - 0:17
A look at the prevailing corporate structures and processes does not give one the confidence that firms are created with any deep understanding of human behaviour

A risky tactic

15. March 2017 - 21:05
BSP, SP and AAP’s allegations on tampering of EVMs used in Uttar Pradesh and Punjab elections could very well come back to haunt them

Human Rights rankings: no perfect company

15. March 2017 - 20:50
The rankings don’t make for a pretty picture and quite validate the purpose of Corporate Human Rights Benchmark

Democratizing innovation and entrepreneurship

15. March 2017 - 20:49
There is a widely accepted consensus that private venture investment in many sectors has not matched their business potential

Is Mississippi worse off than Bangladesh?

15. March 2017 - 20:36
Comparing the worst-performing US states with countries around the world on a measure such as infant mortality will show some interesting peers

Bumps in the road for India-US trade

15. March 2017 - 18:08
India is likely to find a Donald Trump-led US a less yielding partner in the quest to reach $500 billion in bilateral trade

The Congress party’s long twilight

15. March 2017 - 17:52
The biggest problem for the Congress at this stage is that time is not on its side, as it has allowed the problem to fester for far too long

When untying the marriage knot

15. March 2017 - 13:14
Women need to fight for what is rightfully theirs and the money issue needs to be dealt with smartly during divorce settlements

Don’t fret for oil, Asia’s getting its appetite back

15. March 2017 - 8:14
Emerging Asia, 40% of forecast economic growth through 2020, is showing signs of recovering its appetite for crude

The virus of the flannelled fools

15. March 2017 - 8:04
The ancients called it de Viris autem stulti flannelled—the virus of the flannelled fools. We know it as cricket

The economics of maternity leave

14. March 2017 - 22:17
Maternity benefits alone will not be enough to bridge India’s gaping gender gap in the workforce

Limerick: On election forecasts

14. March 2017 - 21:17
Bibek Debroy’s Mint Metric on election forecasts and opinion polls